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Tungsten Diselenide is New 2-D Optoelectronic Wonder Material
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Tungsten Diselenide is New 2-D Optoelectronic Wonder Material

Image: TU Vienna Researchers at the University of Washington , Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) ,and Vienna University of Technology (TU) in Austria have all shown interesting ... Spectrum Online, 1 month ago
World's Thinnest Solar Cell Created With A ..., 1 month ago

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Ultra-Thin Light Detectors

A new, extremely thin kind of light detectors was created at Vienna University of Technology. Two very different technologies were combined for the first time: metamaterials and quantum cascade structures. Subtle interactions of electrons and ...
 Photonics Online2 weeks ago TechTalks BREGENZ - An Initiative for the "International Year of Light and Light Based Technologies 2015"  LED Professional3 weeks ago Researchers Create Ultra-Thin Light Detectors  Product Design and Development3 weeks ago Ultra-Thin Light Detectors: Metamaterials and Quantum Cascade Structures Combined for First Time  Science Daily3 weeks ago

European olives feed biofuel innovation

Scientists and engineers at Vienna's University of Technology are laboring over a shiny steel construction standing almost two storeys high. It's a new generation "gasification plant," which the university pioneered a couple of decades ago. It turns ...
 Deutsche Welle1 month ago

Never say never in the nano-world

By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at VerticalNews Science -- Recently, a team of physicists of the University of Vienna , the Institute of Photonic Sciences in Barcelona and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich succeeded in ...
 HispanicBusiness.com1 week ago Elekta to Demonstrate the Synergy of Technology and People at ESTRO 33  ThomasNet1 week ago Studies in the Area of RNA Research Reported from University of Vienna  HispanicBusiness.com2 weeks ago ELEKTA PUBL : to demonstrate the synergy of technology and people at ESTRO 33  4 Traders2 weeks ago
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Atomically thin solar cells

Ultrathin layers made of Tungsten and Selenium have been created at the Vienna University of Technology; experiments show that they may be used as flexible, semi-transparent
 Energy Harvesting Journal1 month ago :: Atomically Thin Solar Cells  Sonnenseite.com1 month ago Ultrathin Layers of Tungsten and Selenium Hold Promise for Solar Cells  Azonano1 month ago Atomically Thin, Flexible, Semi-Transparent Solar Cells Created  Science Daily1 month ago
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Tiny step edges, big step for surface science

Experiments at the Vienna University of Technology can explain the behaviour of electrons at tiny step edges on titanium oxide surfaces. This is important for solar cell technology and novel, more effective catalysts. It can be found in ...
 Science Daily1 week ago Researchers Explain Behavior of Electrons at Tiny Step Edges on Titanium Oxide Surfaces  AZoM1 week ago
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High-Strength Materials from the Pressure Cooker: New Materials Made Quickly and in Eco-Friendly Manner

A Surprise in Materials Chemistry: At Vienna University of Technology, materials for lightweight construction, protective clothing or sports equipment can be produced at high temperatures and high pressures. This process is faster, better and more ...
 Science Daily1 month ago Diode made from 2D material to advance 2D optoelectronics  Electro Optics1 month ago A Bright Future For Optoelectronics  Photonics Online1 month ago 2D Material Promises Next Generation of Optoelectronics Devices  EE Times1 month ago

Super Skinny Solar Cells Could Help Turn Windows into PV Panels

Writing in a recent issue of the journal Nature Nanotechnology, researchers with the Vienna University of Technology document the development of ultra-thin layers of tungsten and selenium that, experiments show, behave like flexible solar cells. ...
 Softpedia1 month ago

QIAGEN receives license for calreticulin biomarker from CeMM Vienna

QIAGEN N.V., a provider of sample and assay technologies, has received a worldwide license for the biomarker calreticulin, or CALR, from CeMM Vienna, a research center for Molecular Medicine of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. QIAGEN plans to ...
 Individual.com2 days ago QIAGEN : Biomarker Added to Pipeline of Personalized Healthcare Assays  4 Traders6 days ago Qiagen: Biomarker Added to Pipeline of Personalized Healthcare Assays  HispanicBusiness.com6 days ago

Cancer Experts Detail Advances in Radiosurgery and Knowledge-Based Treatment Planning Using Varian Medical Systems Technologies

Vienna, Austria -- Cancer experts have reported advances in radiosurgery treatments for the prostate, liver and spine, as well as significant developments in radiation oncology treatment planning using equipment and software from Varian Medical At ...
 BusinessWeek1 week ago VARIAN MEDICAL SYSTEMS : Cancer Experts Detail Advances in Radiosurgery and Knowledge-Based Treatment Planning Using Varian Medical Systems Technologies  4 Traders1 week ago
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